Liverpool could consider the idea of loaning out Divock Origi in the January window, with Norwich City said to be keen on his services, according to reports from the Express.
The 20-year-old completed the move to Anfield back in the summer of 2014 from Lille, but was immediately sent back on loan to his former club.
He caught the eye of the Reds following his impressive displays for the Belgium national team during the World Cup last year.
However, with manager Brendan Rodgers adding Christian Benteke and Danny Ings during the recent window, along with the return of Daniel Sturridge from injury, Origi’s place in the squad could be very limited.
The striker is now being linked with a switch to Norwich in order to get some regular playing time in the Premier League, with Turkish giants Fenerbahce also said to be another possible destination.
He featured 33 times in Ligue 1 while on loan with Lille last term, scoring a total of eight goals while providing a further three assists.